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15 Shanghai World Expo Pavilion Secrets

15 Shanghai World Expo Pavilion Secrets

Meme circulating in Chinese internet forums on special awards given to the Shanghai World Expo pavilions. Fun guide when you go to the Expo Park. See for yourself if these pavilions really do deserve their “awards”.

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Shanghai World Expo Opening @ The Bund, Netizens Reactions

Shanghai World Expo Opening @ The Bund, Netizens Reactions

Shanghai staged a grand fireworks display to kick-off the opening of the 2010 Shanghai World Expo. The event was definitely one for the books. And because of that, mixed reactions were heard about the crowd turnout and the location of the fireworks display.

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English-Language Shanghai World Expo News

English-Language Shanghai World Expo News

Lacking in fix of your 2010 Shanghai World Expo news (in English that is)? You know where to look. CNReviews browses and snoops around to help you become better informed China-philes (and Expo-philes).

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Yushu Earthquake: Expo Volunteers, Students, Etc. Mourn

Yushu Earthquake: Expo Volunteers, Students, Etc. Mourn

The Chinese people came together to mourn the victims of the Yushu Earthquake. Expo volunteers, students, and online portals contributed in their own ways.

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Proposed Yushu Earthquake Pavilion: Good Idea Or Not?

Proposed Yushu Earthquake Pavilion: Good Idea Or Not?

Children’s writer Zheng Yuanjie proposes a Yushu Earthquake Memorial Hall for the 2010 Shanghai World Expo to grieve for the victims. Netizens give him a piece of their mind.

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Baidu Mourns Qinghai Earthquake

Baidu Mourns Qinghai Earthquake

English translation of Baidu’s press statement in light of the Qinghai earthquake.

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English Blogs About China: Moser Interviews Goldkorn & Anti

English Blogs About China: Moser Interviews Goldkorn & Anti

Summary of interesting points and the English-language China blogs mentioned in the recent BON TV David Moser interview with Jeremy Goldkorn and Michael Anti.

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Great Translators: China Blogs That Translate Chinese Content

Great Translators: China Blogs That Translate Chinese Content

A review and comparison of well-known English-language blogs about China that emphasize translation of original Chinese news, information, and content. Which is the best? The worst?

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Stories Of Han Discrimination & Prejudice In Tibet & Xinjiang

Stories Of Han Discrimination & Prejudice In Tibet & Xinjiang

Chinese people share their experiences of Han (China’s ethnic majority) discriminating against Tibetans or Uighurs (ethnic minorities). One offers a solution.

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Kaifu Lee: Constraints at Google and Dreams at Innovation Works

Kaifu Lee: Constraints at Google and Dreams at Innovation Works

Chinese bloggers answer why Kaifu Lee resigned from Google China, how it will affect Google China, and what we can expect from his new startup Innovation Works.

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National Day Parade To Be Bigger Than Olympic Opening Ceremony

National Day Parade To Be Bigger Than Olympic Opening Ceremony

Take a sneak peak of the massive parade being planned & rehearsed in Beijing for the People’s Republic of China’s upcoming 60th Anniversary on October 1, 2009.

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Prominent IT Blogger Keso Suspended By Twitter

Prominent IT Blogger Keso Suspended By Twitter

Famous IT blogger Keso has his Twitter account blocked. Despite contacting Twitter, the account has not been restored after 48 hours. Another case of Silicon Valley ignoring the rest of the world?

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Martyr’s Name Miscarved On Monument, Family Ignored

Martyr’s Name Miscarved On Monument, Family Ignored

Song You believes his brother’s name has been written incorrectly on his county’s monument to revolutionary martyrs. For thirty years he’s appealed to the local authorities without resolution.

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Chinese Web Insights: CCTV’s Attacks Increased Google’s Traffic

Chinese Web Insights: CCTV’s Attacks Increased Google’s Traffic

Translation of a Hecaitou (well-known Chinese blogger) post on how CCTV’s recent attacks against Google for links to vulgar content has boosted Google’s traffic.

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Green Dam: Chinese Neitzens Are All “Children”

Green Dam: Chinese Neitzens Are All “Children”

A review of what many Chinese bloggers are saying about the recent “Green Dam Youth Escort” mandatory filtering software debacle: Flawed, dangerous, wasteful…

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